Welcome to the Ryelands class!
Our wonderful class is made up of 19 year 4 children taught by Mrs. Morris. As a class, we love showing our parents what we have been doing each term and sharing all the favourite parts of our learning journeys! We really are a fun-loving, hardworking and friendly class who are always eager to learn. We really love being outdoors and hope you enjoy looking at all the hard work we have been doing over this year!
Below is our information for each term alongside pictures of us hard at work enjoying the varied activities we do in school.
There will also be our topic title, learning journeys and any other relevant documents for our class.
We hope you enjoy our webpage!
Each term we will have a new topic to help us guide our learning as a class. These topics will give us an excellent opportunity to discover all about the wonderful, varied world that we live in. We always appreciate any books, artefacts or other resources that may help us learn within our topics that we can borrow.
Autumn Term and Spring Term 1** - Civilisations - Topic Web
Class Core Text: Darwin's Amazing Voyage
This term we will be learning all about how civilisations have grown and developed over time. Starting in Britain, we will follow the evolution of humans through time. We will be researching and discovering all about their amazing buildings and settlements; looking at how Britain has changed over time and even looking at the amazing life of British scientist, Charles Darwin, and what he theorised about how animals change and evolve.
We will then look at the growth and change in our own history, compares to that of the Early Islamic civilisation and how Britain and the Middle East compare today. Fascinating!
**Due to the pandemic, we will be studying our first topic for a whole term and a half. This will give us lots of time to catch up on our learning, and make sure we know everything there is to know about civilisations around the world!
Subject Specific Learning Journeys
Spring (second half) - Communication
Summer - Where are we?